ISPI SoCal Presents: DE&I Webinar Series
Fireside Chat with Stacey A. Gordon
Inclusive Leadership – Crushing Unconscious Bias
- Key terminology
- The invisible nature of how racism is perpetuated
- Practice to apply the concepts introduced in this session
Stacey A. Gordon, author of Unbias: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work
In this first installment of our 2021 DE&I Wireside Chat Series, we will learn from author and strategist Stacey A. Gordon on how to identify unconscious bias and address it through the lens of inclusive leadership.
Participants will reflect on how they manage, influence, and lead others, so their teams feel valued, respected, and a sense of belonging. It will also include some brief context setting on key terminology to understand the invisible nature of how racism is perpetuated and provide the opportunity for the participants to move into conversation or practice to apply the concepts to their day-to-day work.
About the Author:
Leading at the intersection of diversity, inclusion, and workplace culture, as CEO and Chief Diversity Strategist of Rework Work, Stacey focuses on reworking how companies work; including how they inclusively recruit, hire and engage employees, effectively creating inclusion and belonging for all.
Stacey is the creator of the second most viewed course at LinkedIn learning and she is rapidly nearing the milestone of having reached more than 1 million unique learners. Her unconscious bias course has been translated into several languages and has been featured by LinkedIn, Microsoft, and Virgin America (now Alaska Airlines). As an advisor and diversity strategist, Stacey coaches and counsels executive leaders on DEI strategies for the business while offering a no-nonsense approach to education for the broader employee population.
Over the past year, Stacey has worked with people managers and executive leaders from companies such as American Express, ADP, Kia Motors, Hewlett Packard, Walmart, and many others to deliver notable sessions that support their D&I efforts. She earned her MBA from Pepperdine University Business School and her SHRM-SCP certification, as well as the SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Credential.